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Dependent Entry Approval
Appropriate  overseas  commander.  The  appropriate overseas   commander   is   the   commanding officer of the service member’s overseas PDS except where the area or appropriate military commander   has   issued   supplementary instructions restricting such authority. Command-sponsored   dependent.   A   command- sponsored  dependent  is  a  dependent  meeting the  following  criteria: . The service member sponsor is authorized to serve the accompanied tour in an area that has an accompanied tour prescribed. .   The   servicemember   sponsor   is   granted authorization  for  dependents  to  be  present  in the vicinity of the overseas PDS. l  The  dependent  resides  with  the  servicemember at the overseas PDS. If  a  servicemember’s  spouse  is  command-sponsored,  children born of that marriage during the current overseas tour of duty also are command-sponsored at birth. Dependent entry approval. A dependent entry approval is a procedure for authorizing dependents to enter overseas PDSs. In those areas designated as requiring dependent entry approval, such approval allows dependents to travel to the overseas  PDS  at  government  expense  and constitutes  command  sponsorship.  Refer  to chapter 2, Appendix E, of the  Navy  Passenger Transportation Manual (PTM), NAVMILPERSCOMINST  4650.2,  for  the format  for  entry  approval  requests. Formerly  command-sponsored  dependent.   A  formerly command-sponsored   dependent   is   a dependent  who  was  command-sponsored.  This person continues to reside in the vicinity of the overseas  PDS  at  which  command  sponsorship was conferred while the servicemember who is t h e    s p o n s o r    s e r v e s    a    c o n s e c u t i ve unaccompanied   overseas   tour   in   another country or is assigned to unusually arduous sea duty in the contiguous 48 United States and the District  of  Columbia. Noncommand-sponsored   dependent.   A  noncommand- sponsored dependent is a dependent, residing in an   overseas   area,   who   was   or   is   not command-sponsored. For additional information concerning command sponsorship  of  dependents  at  overseas  duty  stations, you   should   refer   to   article   6810105   of   the MILPERSMAN,  NAVPERS  15560,  JFTR,  and  the PTM. PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION OF MEMBERS TRAVELING TO AN OVERSEAS  LOCATION ACCOMPANIED BY DEPENDENTS The information in this section deals with processing orders for personnel transferring overseas. In this section you  will  read  about  the  determination  of  entitlement  to dependent transportation, dependent entry approval, the application  for  transportation  of  dependents,  and confirmation  of  dependents’  travel  arrangements. DETERMINATION OF ENTITLEMENT TO DEPENDENT TRANSPORTATION Before  a  dependent  can  be  transported  to  an overseas location at government expense, the member must  be  entitled  to  transportation  of  dependents  to  the overseas  area  according  to  the  JFTR.  Enlisted personnel who do not have sufficient obligated service to complete an accompanied overseas tour must sign an agreement to remain on active duty for the prescribed accompanied  overseas  tour. Dependent  travel  to  a  duty  station  outside  CONUS is  not  authorized  if  the  member’s  expiration  of  active obligated   service   (EAOS)   date   is   less   than   the prescribed  overseas  tour  with  dependents.  Before dependent transportation can be authorized, the member must  obtain  the  obligated  service  through  actual reenlistment  and/or  signed  extension  of  enlistment.  A service record page 13 entry is not acceptable evidence of   reenlistment   or   reenlistment   intentions   for transportation  purposes. If additional obligated service is required, it must be obtained before requesting overseas transportation for dependents from a Navy Passenger Transportation Office (NAVPTO). Refer to figure 11-4, which shows personnel  working  at  a  NAVPTO  office  at  a PERSUPPDET. Refer  to  figure  11-5,  which  shows  personnel working  at  the  Scheduled  Airline  Ticket  Office  (SATO), which, in this case, is located at the same PERSUPPDET as the NAVPTO. The SATO is constantly being used by the   NAVPTO   in   obtaining   commercial   airline reservations  for  members  being  transferred.  The  SATO is also used to obtain train, hotel, and car reservations for military personnel whether under official orders or on leave. 11-9

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